John Alan Hudson made drag racing history with his jet-fueled dragster, the Texas Starship.
Women have been impressing fans of this sport much longer than many may realize, so we decided to take a look at a few those who have paved the way for today’s rising stars.
The racing car known as “Old 16” was the first American automobile to win an international auto race.
The Academy Award-winning movie Ford v Ferrari is brought its magic to the Carroll Shelby Foundation at Carroll Shelby Enterprises, luring a crowd of hundreds – and their Shelby (and other) sports cars.
The high anticipation of Ford Performance development driver Hailie Deegan’s debut in IMSA’s Michelin Pilot Challenge four-hour race next Friday, Jan 24, at Daytona International Speedway just reached a fever pitch.
The new movie “Ford v Ferrari” has inspired the release of real information about the movie’s starring cars, the people involved and the stories surrounding them.
Art Sparks was no stranger to automotive excitement and so was attracted into the sport of auto racing. After a crash in 1927, he decided to turn in his helmet and goggles and start building racing cars.
NASCAR has authorized the use of 101 car numbers over the years for competition purposes. Several of these are immediately recognizable, numbers that even many non-NASCAR fans can remember.
The 25th annual Millers of Milwaukee Vintage Indy Car event was held in Wisconsin on July 12-13.
Memories last long after a beloved venue is gone. Such is the case with Lions Associated Drag Strip.